June 11, 2013
The Cairo Criminal Court ordered the release of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's sons on Monday as his retrial has been postponed yet again.
A van carrying Lebanese gunmen who were on their way to fight in Damascus was targeted by a car bomb in Lebanon's Bekaa valley on Monday. Several casualties were reported, but the gunmen still managed to enter Syria.
June 10, 2013
An estimated 61 people died in Iraq on Monday as violence swept the country. In Mosul, in northern Iraq, five car bombs targeted army and police personnel.
Indonesian consulate set on fire as thousands of expatriate workers amass in bid to sort out their employment papers
Conservative former parliament speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel on Monday withdrew his candidacy from Iran's June 14 presidential election. Meanwhile, an Iranian watchdog group denies banning a candidate from the 2013 election.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's trial over his role in the deaths of protesters in 2011 was resumed in Cairo on Monday, amid rumours that the court will acquit him.
The anti-Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi 'tamarod' (rebellion) campaign has gathered 13 million signatures since May 1, as the number of voices calling for Morsi's early ousting increases.
All seven of the suspected Taliban militants who launched an attack on Kabul airport died in suicide bomb explosions on Monday, an Afghani police chief said
A car bomb exploded in Taanayel east Lebanon, damaging nearby vehicles but causing no injuries
At least eight Egyptians have been injured after clashes with Libyan border guards, who set an Egyptian truck on fire.
The Guardian Council are reassessing Hassan Rouhani's qualifications to run for President as reports emerged that a reformist coalition had settled on backing his candidacy
Three near-simultaneous bomb attacks killed 12 people in a mainly Shiite town north of Iraq
High ranking officials from the Jordanian Armed Forces and the US military announced the commencement of the 'Eager Lion' training drill on Sunday. 8,000 army personnel will be in Jordan to take part in the programme, which seeks to boost military cooperation.
After securing the northern town of Qusair late last week, the Syrian regime forces are allegedly preparing for an attack on Aleppo, a rebel stronghold.
A police captain was killed after clashes between security forces and armed outlaws took place in Arish, the capital of the North Sinai governorate.